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VA-Dangerhouse:Complete Singles Collected '77-79-L.A. PUNK ROCK-NEW 2CD

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VA-Dangerhouse:Complete Singles Collected '77-79-L.A. PUNK ROCK-NEW 2CD
Dangerhouse. Complete Singles Collected (1977-1979)

NEW DOUBLE CD

   
Various ‎– Dangerhouse: Complete Singles Collected 1977-1979
Label:
Munster Records ‎– MR CD 325, Frontier Records ‎– none, Dangerhouse ‎– none
Format:
2 × CD, Compilation
Country:
Spain
Released:
2013
Genre:
Rock, Reggae
Style:
Punk
Tracklist

1-1     –Randoms     ABCD

    Bass – John Doe (2)Drums – KK Barrett*Vocals [Vox], Guitar – Pat GarrettWritten-By – Barrett*, Garrett*

    4:08
1-2     –Randoms     Let's Get Rid Of New York

    Bass – John Doe (2)Drums – K. K. BarrettVocals [Vox], Guitar – Pat GarrettWritten-By – Garrett*

    2:43
1-3     –Black Randy & Metrosquad*     Trouble At The Cup

    Written-By – Black Randy, Metrosquad*

    1:57
1-4     –Black Randy & Metrosquad*     Loner With A Boner

    Written-By – Black Randy, Metrosquad*

    1:19
1-5     –Black Randy & Metrosquad*     Sperm Bank Baby

    Written-By – Black Randy, Metrosquad*

    1:45
1-6     –Avengers     We Are The One

    Written-By – Avengers

    2:39
1-7     –Avengers     I Believe In Me

    Written-By – Avengers

    2:56
1-8     –Avengers     Car Crash

    Written-By – Avengers

    4:20
1-9     –The Dils     Class War

    Drums – Pat GarrettLead Vocals [Lead Vox], Bass – Tony KinmanVocals [Vox], Guitar – Chip KinmanWritten-By – The Dils

    1:42
1-10     –The Dils     Mr. Big

    Drums – Pat GarrettLead Vocals [Lead Vox], Bass – Tony KinmanVocals [Vox], Guitar – Chip KinmanWritten-By – The Dils

    1:44
1-11     –Weirdos*     We Got The Neutron Bomb

    Bass – Dave Trout*Drums – Nickey Beat*Lead Guitar – Dix DenneyLead Vocals [Lead Vox] – John DenneyVocals [Vox], Guitar – Cliff RomanWritten-By – C Roman*, J Denney*

    2:59
1-12     –Weirdos*     Solitary Confinement

    Bass – Dave Trout*Drums – Nickey Beat*Lead Guitar – Dix DenneyLead Vocals [Lead Vox] – John DenneyWritten-By – C Roman*, J Denney*

    2:31
1-13     –Alley Cats*     Nothing Means Nothing Anymore

    Drums – John McCarthy (2)Vocals [Vox], Bass – Dianne ChaiVocals [Vox], Guitar – Randy StodolaWritten-By – R Stodola*

    3:13
1-14     –Alley Cats*     Give Me A Little Pain

    Drums – John McCarthy (2)Vocals [Vox], Bass – Dianne ChaiVocals [Vox], Guitar – Randy StodolaWritten-By – R Stodola*

    2:38
1-15     –X (5)     Adult Books

    Bass, Vocals [Vox] – John Doe (2)Drums – Don Bonebrake*Guitar – Billy ZoomVocals [Vox] – Exene CervenkaWritten-By – J Doe*

    3:13
1-16     –X (5)     We're Desperate

    Bass, Vocals [Vox] – John Doe (2)Drums – Don Bonebrake*Guitar – Billy ZoomVocals [Vox] – Exene CervenkaWritten-By – J Doe*

    2:03
2-1     –Black Randy & His Elite Metro Squad*     Idi Amin

    Written-By – Black Randy, Metrosquad*

    1:35
2-2     –Black Randy & His Elite Metro Squad*     I'm Black And I'm Proud Part 3

    Written-By – James Brown

    1:44
2-3     –Black Randy & His Elite Metro Squad*     I'm Black And I'm Proud Part 14

    Written-By – James Brown

    1:27
2-4     –Black Randy & His Elite Metro Squad*     I Wanna Be A Nark

    Written-By – Black Randy, Metrosquad*

    1:26
2-5     –Howard Werth     Obsolete

    Bass – Tom Hughes (2)Drums – Joe NaniniVocals [Vox Jag], Piano – David Brown (21)Vocals [Vox], Guitar – Howard WerthWritten-By – Howard Werth

    2:27
2-6     –Howard Werth     Mango Man

    Bass – Tom Hughes (2)Drums – Joe NaniniVocals [Vox Jag], Piano – David Brown (21)Vocals [Vox], Guitar – Howard WerthWritten-By – Howard Werth

    1:26
2-7     –The Deadbeats     Kill The Hippies

    Written-By – Scott Guerin

    2:04
2-8     –The Deadbeats     Brainless

    Written-By – Scott Guerin

    2:36
2-9     –The Deadbeats     Final Ride

    Written-By – Geza Gedeon, Scott Guerin

    3:14
2-10     –The Deadbeats     Deadbeat

    Written-By – Scott Guerin

    1:25
2-11     –Bags*     Survive

    Bass – Pat BagDrums – Terry "Dad" Bag*Guitar – Craig Bag, Rob RitterVocals [Vox] – Alice BagWritten-By – Armendariz*, Rainone*

    2:46
2-12     –Bags*     Babylonian Gorgon

    Bass – Pat BagDrums – Terry "Dad" Bag*Guitar – Craig Bag, Rob RitterVocals [Vox] – Alice BagWritten-By – Craig Lee

    2:33
2-13     –Eyes     TAQN

    Bass, Vocals [Vox] – Jimmy Leach (2)Drums – Joe NaniniGuitar, Lead Vocals [Lead Vox] – Joe RamirezOrgan – David Brown (21)Written-By – Ramirez*

    1:59
2-14     –Eyes     Topological Lies

    Bass, Vocals [Vox] – Jimmy Leach (2)Drums – Joe NaniniGuitar, Lead Vocals [Lead Vox] – Joe RamirezOrgan – David Brown (21)Written-By – Ramirez*, Richey*

    1:34
2-15     –Rhino 39     Xerox/No Compromise

    Bass – Mark MaloneDrums – Tim CarhartGuitar – Larry ParrottVocals [Vox] – Dave DacronWritten-By – Rhino 39

    1:59
2-16     –Rhino 39     Prolixin Stomp

    Bass – Mark MaloneDrums – Tim CarhartGuitar – Larry ParrottVocals [Vox] – Dave DacronWritten-By – Rhino 39

    1:54
2-17     –Black Randy & Metrosquad*     I Slept In An Arcade

    Written-By – Black Randy, Pat Garrett

    2:30
2-18     –Black Randy & Metrosquad*     Give It Up Or Turn It Loose

    Written-By – Charles Bobbitt*

    2:02
Companies, etc.

    Phonographic Copyright (p) – Dangerhouse Records
    Phonographic Copyright (p) – Distrolux SL
    Copyright (c) – Distrolux SL
    Mastered At – Sonoplan

Credits

    Artwork – Murky*
    Bass – James Calvin Wilsey (tracks: 1-6 to 1-8), Pasquale Amadeo (tracks: 2-7 to 2-10), Pat Garrett (tracks: 1-3 to 1-5, 2-2 to 2-4, 2-17, 2-18)
    Drums – Danny "Furious" O'Brien* (tracks: 1-6 to 1-8), Shaun Guerin (tracks: 2-7 to 2-10)
    Executive-Producer – Iñigo Munster, Lisa Fancher
    Guitar – Geza X (tracks: 2-7 to 2-10), Greg "Scars" Westermark* (tracks: 1-6 to 1-8), KK Barrett* (tracks: 1-3 to 1-5, 2-2 to 2-4, 2-17, 2-18)
    Guitar, Vocals [Vox] – Bod Dead* (tracks: 1-3 to 1-5, 2-2 to 2-4, 2-17, 2-18)
    Keyboards – David Brown (21) (tracks: 2-2 to 2-4)
    Liner Notes – David Brown (21)
    Mastered By – Ángel Álvarez
    Mastered By [Digital Pre-mastering] – Paul duGre*
    Photography By – Bobby Castro, David Arnoff, Jenny Lens, Michael Yampolsky, Michael Yang (3), Scott Lindgren
    Photography By [Cover] – Michael Yampolsky
    Piano, Drum Machine [Rhythm Machine] – David Brown (21) (tracks: 1-3 to 1-5, 2-17, 2-18)
    Saxophone [Sax] – Pat Delaney (tracks: 2-7 to 2-10)
    Vocals [Vox] – Black Randy (tracks: 1-3 to 1-5, 2-2 to 2-4, 2-17, 2-18), Penelope Houston (tracks: 1-6 to 1-8), Scott Guerin (tracks: 2-7 to 2-10)

Notes
Digital pre-mastering in City of Burbank
Mastering at Sonoplan
Original Dangerhouse singles provided by Mike Vinikour/punkvault.com
David Brown interview courtesy of ryebreadrodeo.com

All tracks (P) Dangerhouse Records. This compilation (P) and (C) 2013 Distrolux, SL.
Barcode and Other Identifiers

    Barcode (on sticker affixed to shrinkwrap; not printed on release): 8 435008 832520


Once upon a time (197?) in a magical kingdom called LA, there was a defect in the space/time continuum known as "punk rock".
Only in such a depraved environment could Dangerhouse have existed. Dangerhouse, created by the triumvirate of yours truly, Pat "Rand" Garrett and Black Randy, was a highly naive attempt to create a politically and artistically correct playground for the unique, nihilistic talents of the LA punk "scene". It was clear something needed to be done.

In the beginning there was a lot of musical talent that was going to unrecorded waste. Whereas the English musicians had been set upon by some of the top producers in the business, the very lack of commercialism implicit in LA punk seemed to drive away potential resources. Those were culturally weird times, "Saturday Night Fever" and burned-out super group remnants filled the airwaves. Clearly SOMETHING was better than nothing. The early groups (like the Screamers, Germs, Weirdos, Black Randy) were very good at manipulating the local venue owners and press, and were able to almost immediately fill clubs and halls with folks who were just plain bored and curious.

The Masque, KROQ, Farrah Fawcett-Minor's apartment behind the dirty bookstore, the Starwood, Whisky... I refer the reader to the insane, speed-enhanced ravings of Claude Bessey in the early Slash magazine as there just isn't enough room for that kind of background. Suffice it to say that the scene had everything: every kind of selfabuse imaginable, negative social patterns, infighting, gender-fucking, etc. What needs to be talked about here are the musicians and other creative forces at work behind the scenes on the Dangerhouse product.

Starting out, the studio was anywhere we could plug in; later, our home was the Kitchen Synch with the extremely copasetic Mike Hamilton as engineer. Here was a man who watched us accidentally pour a dark Heineken over a 16-track mixing console (installed that very day) without crying or punching out the culprit. Over the years, Mike patiently sat while irate punks insulted his intelligence, and offered great 8- and 16-track advice to Pat and me, refugees from a 4-track world. To Dangerhouse, and the fans, the sound quality was paramount. (Even KROQ demi-god Rodney Bingenheimer stated in a period interview that Dangerhouse put out real records on real plastic!)

The do-it-yourself aspect of the production and packaging spoke for itself. We created ideas for affordable products which set the pace for imitators, like the clear plastic-bag 45 sleeves (because traditional sleeves cost more than the records to be pressed) and the multi-color silkscreened picture disc used for "YES LA". Sad to say, the downturn of the record business in 1979 due to the soi-distant "oil embargo" hurt everyone in the record industry and made it too rough a row to hoe for Dangerhouse. Tough titty.

These recordings still sound as powerful and relevant as the day they were cut. If you, Mr or Ms Consumer, care about creativity as opposed to the number of units shipped, it was a victory. And if there was ever a label that released cool shit, over which I'd rather have been A&R man/Prexy, it sure as hell doesn't come to mind. David Brown

 

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